Passion: A Contemporary Journey to the Cross, is a performance created and directed by Claire Henderson Davis. Using the poet Malcolm Guite's sonnets on the Stations of the Cross as a framework, the piece offers a contemporary re-imagining of the passion story in dance, poetry and music with the feminine and sexual love as symbols of the divine in a duet between God the Lover and God the Beloved. Passion, originally performed at Ely Cathedral on Palm Sunday 2014, went on to complete a highly acclaimed UK-wide Cathedrals tour, which culminated at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2015, where it was filmed.